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What follows is very much a personal take on how to get the best from your consultant, writes consultant Susan Royce. For me there are three key factors: ? Decide how you want to work with your...
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Norwich?s Theatre Royal has announced a surplus for the year 2001-2002, of nearly £76,500 on a turnover of in excess of £4m, the fourth consecutive year of surplus, and the eighth out of the nine...
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Title Artistic Director Organisation Littoral Arts How long in post? 12 years Phone 01706 827961 Email [email protected] What does your organisation do? An Arts Trust for Social and...
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Stephen Cashman presents a new analytical framework which he believes will enable a wide range of audience development activity to be appropriately categorised, classified and evaluated on its own...
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A partnership between Classic FM and Yamaha, together with the Purcell School of Music, the London Symphony Orchestra and The Barbican, has been recognised as the Arts...
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BOOKSHOP SAM?s Books is a specialist supplier of books for arts professionals. For further information and invoicing, t/f: 01883 345011 e: [email protected], w: http://www.sam-arts.demon....
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More than 250 theatre managers attended the annual Theatrical Management Association (TMA) Conference in Cardiff last month. Among the conference sessions was a powerful address by Radio 1 Producer...
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NESTA (the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts) is to be allocated an extra £95m by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, to top up its initial endowment of £200m and...
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The St James Group Ltd, a property company specialising in redeveloping major brownfield sites, has launched its ?Art on Loan? scheme in a collaboration with Westminster Council, aiming to give...
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Jenny Randerson, Minister for Culture, Sport and the Welsh Language, has announced that a consortium of cultural and other organisations has been allocated £1.5m to deliver Culturenet Cymru, an all-...
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A new report has been published documenting the first national conference to address the role of the arts in tackling offending behaviour in young people. ?Including the Arts: preventing youth...
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Jennie Jordan sees rural touring as the Cinderella of arts provision - an overlooked, under-funded beauty sitting in the corner waiting for a fairy godmother to reveal it as a key player in the...
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The Association of British Concert Promoters (ABCP), which represents concert halls across the UK, has published a warning to the industry that forthcoming increases in the royalty for the concert...
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Review by Elizabeth Owen, Senior Lecturer Arts and Events Management, Sheffield Hallam University (HEC Montreal, 2001, 2nd Edition, ISBN 2-9803081-8-8 £18.50 [£23.00 inc p...
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The highly regarded audience development agency MAX, which was originally established in 1991 as an ACE-funded membership-driven distribution and marketing services agency, is to be wound up at the...
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BOOKSHOP SAM?s Books is a specialist supplier of books for arts professionals. For further information and invoicing, t/f: 01883 345011 e: [email protected], w: http://www.sam-arts.demon....
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In a surprise announcement last week, Southend-on-Sea?s Cliffs Pavilion has confirmed that it is take on responsibility for the Westcliff Palace Theatre when it re-opens next year. A 600-seat...
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A new artwork comprising a giant mirrorball 6m in diameter has been installed as part of an ongoing series of permanent outdoor works along Blackpool?s south shore promenade. The 4.5 tonne ball by...
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A special grant of £560,000 has been awarded to Flintshire Council by the National Assembly for Wales to enable Clwyd Theatr Cymru in Mold to write off its outstanding debts.
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ARC in Stockton on Tees, a flagship arts centre and former recipient of Lottery capital investment which closed last year when it declared itself insolvent, is set to be brought back to life with the...
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A performance by musicians from the BBC Philharmonic in the potato aisle of Asda in Harpurhey, Manchester has launched the Pop Up Project; a three year collaboration between the orchestra and North...
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Groups form an essential part of the audience base for many arts organisations, yet relatively few spend much time and effort cultivating them. Adrian Phillips explains why marketers are missing a...
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The Marlowe Theatre is a 993 seat venue in East Kent which plays host to a wide variety of shows ranging from Sunset Boulevard and Grease to Rolf Harris and Evelyn Glennie. It also presents the...
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Tim Brinkman explains why he sees audience development as a way of looking at all artistic work in the light of where it may take the audience. A fourth way Here are three typical attitudes to...

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